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LOUIS LAUDRAM Publisher Entered at the Post Office in Lancaster Ky as SecondClass Mail Matter XUJIISER 4 LANCASTER KY THURSDAY AFTERNOON APR 24 1902 ONE DOLLAR A YEAR t t tnttnlTint TIE TE11ti tothE+ 0f Local Interest Next Monday will be county court day Brown will be here tr Several of those who voted against water works were heard to wish for them the other night TIm RECORD ollice is working on telephone card which will soon be ready for the subscribers Mack the pretty fox terrier be longing to Will Hamilton was burned to death in the big fire Thursday oil fever is setting our Stanford friends wild with excitement We hope their fondest expctations will be fully realized A fresh fish and banana peddler has been rolling his cart about town It does seem that the taxpaying should be protected The Baptist Ladies Helping Hand Society will have a dinner next Non day Court day at the court house Let everybody go and help the ladies The Ladies Aid Society will meet with Mrs Dr W S Beazley on Dan ville street Saturday afternoon at 230 oclock A full attendance is requested Will Get Dr Walter Beazley tells us his den tal business has grown to such an ex tent that he has engaged an assistant who will be here in a short time Judge Scott one of llichmonds most prominent citizens died Friday and was buried Monday by the Mason ic and Elks lodges He was circuit judge of that district The friends of Mr G F Russell are glad to learn he is improving from a severe attack of typhoid fever at his home near Marksbtiry Hopes of his recovery are entertained A meeting of the executive Kentucky Press Association has been called in Louisville Saturday May 3 As this is Derby day it looks a littlo suspicious on the press boys Joe Waters has been dingdonging at the Stanford people for several years saying oil in great quantities was there They all said Joe was full of prunes but he has turned out to be prophet of great ability lies Kiiilit About It An Indiana farmer refused to allow oil wells to be drilled on his property because the earth turn on its axis and who knows but what the oil was put down there to grease the axis The Barlow Wilson minstrels who have given several bum shows in Lan caster stranded at Murfrcesboro The managers Mishon who styled themselves Barlow and Wilson skipped out and left the company in the lurch It was our intention to issue a Fire Extra last week and the editor sat up til midnight preparing the copy We found several matters out of whack noxt morning however and the plan had to be abandoned It may be well that such was the case as reports were greatly exaggerated in some cases McKee Worse It was painful news to his many friends in Lancaster to learn that Dr J L McKee had been seriously ill again Dr Roberts said he had the worst night Friday that he had experienced insix months Many pray ers are offered for the recovery of this noble Christian gentleman Old Coufeds The delegation of old soldiers left Friday for Dallas Texas and were as happy a lot of gentlemen as one ever sees They will be gone about ten days and the fun they will have will be a caution The party is composed of Messrs J A Doty Thomps Arnold Duncan Goodloe Win Baughman W II Furr Milton Mahan and John Lackey Lackey After a lingering illness Mr A K Lackey died at his home in Madison county Friday lie was one of that countys bestknown citizens and had many friends in Garrard also He was a brother of Mr D M Lackey of this city and was a frequent visitor to our town and county The remains were interred at Richmond Monday Blood Hounds Nightwatchman M Siler has bought two fine blood hounds and the several trials given have proven them to be Ml that is wanted They are quite have usually fine noses and are pronounced the finest specimens seen in this section Mr Siler has had much experience in running down criminals and with the aid of the dogs will make evildoers give Garrard county a wide berth As has been previously stated in THE RECORD Mr Siler is employed by the business men to stay up all night and look out for fire and burglars The dogs will be turned loose and follow him at night and chicken thieves and other had better step high M i 4 anew H nightThe merchant committee UUHtcd MeA voy and Dr 1 Jurge r c44cc0 l 1 tbsii taut lawbreakers C E Entertainment A birthday social will be given in the Christian church Tuesday night April 29th by the Christian Endeavor Society Each one is expected to pay as many cents as they are years old Refresements will be served Every body cordially invited to attend HnfclicrSImpBon Mr T J Hatcher the clever shoe maker was married last night at the Baptist parsonage to Mrs Rose Simp son The bride came to Lancaster from Bell county and has resided at Mr R M Moss The many friends of the gallant old confederate con gratulate him and wish unbounded happiness A Good Hotel Ian Stanford Journal Chas M Rice of Danville has bought a half inter est in W II Traylors saloon at the depot and has rented the Carpenter House which he will run The house will be repaired inside and out and Mr Rice will put in new furniture from kitchen to ollice Mr Rice did well in the hotel business at Danville and should succeed here Iolicciiian Turner Kc Igtis Marshal S D Turner has tendered his resignation and the council has accepted the same At this one has been appointed to the place Siler is looking after Mr Turner has made one of the best officers the town ever had He stopped the hoodlums from shoot ing on the streets which in itself won praise from all the people Notice The Kentucky Prohibition Alliance No 21 of Lancaster will meet at Odd Fellows Hall on next Friday evening April 25th at 730 oclock As officers for the coming six months are to be elected and other important business transacted it is important that all the charter members attend and also that they invite and bring as many of their friends as possible These meetings are free and open to the public O T Wallace Pres AVortli Itciiiciiiberlil If you ever have occasion to sound the fiie alarm remember that it ope rates by a large hammer coming up under the bell If you pull too hard the hammer slips out and over the top of the bell and its necessary to go up and turn the bell completely over to fix it Remember when you ring only jerk the rope gently and dont swing onto it like you were going to pull the whole business down Paste this in your hat and you may save a lot of trouble Good Positions A new field of employment for young ladies has been established in Dr J B Kinnaird some time since engaged Miss Fannie Shugars to stay in his office keep the books answer the phone and inform callers when he would be in etc A few days ago Dr Beazley employed Miss Annie Austin in the same capacity This is nice work for a lady as it pays well is not hard to do and has many advan tages over clerking in a store Both are dxpert bookkeepers and the posi tions are very desirable Another Oil Company Still oil company has been formed in Lancaster with the follow ing incorporators J M Acton J C Thompson J C Hemphill J F Ad ams J I White R E McRoberts H T Logan R II Tomlinson F B Kemper J T Williams W Burnett andJnoWages H T Logan is J I White vice president J C Hemphill secretary and R E Mc Roberts treasurer The company has leases on valuable lands some of it adjoining the famous Wagers farm on which the other Lancaster com pany has been so successful Preached Sunday Nlglit Rev Dr Worrell of Danville preached to a large congregation in the Presbyterian church Sunday evening several churches dismissing their ser vices to hear him Dr Worrell is one of the best preachers in the pulpit and no one can listen to him without hear ing something of benefit He said that he never preaches in old ser mon and that while he has a closet full of manuscripts at home yet he has the first to use one of them the second time Dr Worrel is a great Mason and Knight Templar and it would be hard to find betterposted or more enthusiastic member of the order He has many friends in Lancaster who are delighted when he comes over Escape Last week while enroute from to Mavsvile Lawyer J M Rothwell came near being killed by a train When a few miles out from Lexington he heard several parties in the case he was going to see about were onan approaching train and the conductor having told him he had ample time he boarded the other train This started out at a rapid speed and in jumping he was thrown violently to theground His shoulder was badly sprained and his face and hands out and his breast badly bruis ed He is suffering greatly but is able to be about He only missed a few inches of going under the wheels writing no but Mat Lancaster Sunday evildoers another president time Narrow Lexington s FAUTI AGAIN SOUGHT Northern Capital Offered Lancaster Company 50OOO for the Land Barbourville News Jas 1 White general manager Lancaster Oil Com pany is authority for the information that his company which recently bought the John Wages farm for 25000 was offered 850000 the early part of this week for that property Mr White says that his associates did not for a moment seriously consider the offer The board of directors is entirely satisfied that the property is worth many times this sum and that it will make more money to hold the lands than to dispose of them even now for 100 per cent profit Town Improvement Society In several towns in Kentucky the ladies have organized town improve ment societies that are doing a great work in beautifying and improving the small cities of the state Such a society would be a great help to Lan faster Why not our ladies organize one They could have the town clean ed up and keep it clean Nothing adds more to a town than clean streets and ours are about the dirtiest we have ever seen There are a number of oth er things that the ladie could and help to bring about It was the work of the ladies that secured so much improvement at the Lancaster Cemetery and if they will organize and push the work many improve ments can be secured that we will nev er obtain otherwise The Council Is Bight A great many are of the opinion that the Council should go directly to the rivet for the water supply but if they will think a minute they will see the wisdom in boring the well In the first place if no water is found it will cost the city nothing for the attempt There will be absolutely no cost at tachedto it If water is found it will save the town at least ten thousand dollars The machinery to be used is the latest improved so that not much time will be lost by drilling Theres one thing however the Council should do and maks arrangements for laying the pipes No matter whether water is found or not the pipes will run the same way and if the well is a failure the supply will come from the same side of town and the would be the same This would save a lot of time and THE RECORD suggests that the Council go ahead with pipe laying The people are to have water and as that is the point on which the Council was elected the latter must stir their stumps in that direction A Costly Accident While running off a job Saturday morning one of the job presses in TOE RECORD office met with a serious mis hap Without any apparent cause one of the large arms which pulls the press together snapped like a pipe stem and before the machine could be stopped it was broken in several places which makes the cost of repairs almost as great as the price of a new press As it had been in use for some years and was out of date in several respects the editor went to Cincinnati Monday night and purchased a splinter new Chandler Price eighthmedium Gor don jobber to take its place The old press has always been too small except for cards envelopes etc and the new one was badly needed anyway This piece of machinery costs a small for tune and we trust our friends will help us out of the suds by paying up what they owe on subscription and job work as this accident Is a very serious one indeed to us The new press is at the depot and will be installed tomorrow It is the same make and pattern of the large new jobber recently put in the ounce the very best made This will make two brand new Gordons in our office which is something few offices can boast of A Praise Service A special praise service was held in the Presbyterian church Friday even ing which was led by RevsChumbley Moore and Robinson The object was to return thanks to God for sparing the church and other valua ble buildings from the destructive fire of the night before and also to take up a collection for the relief of the colored people who were left home less by the flames Several passages of scripture were read prayer offered by all the ministers and Mr Wm H Wherritt and a timely talk made by Rev A R Moore We regret to say it but only a few people attended the meeting most of these being women This may have been caused from or from the fact that the circular announcing the meeting sta ted that a collection would be taken up we are not prepared to say which but at any rate the lack of attendance does not speak well for the communi ty A committee consisting of W H Wherritt Judge Joe Robinson R Gr Ward J M Logan and Mayor gin naird was appointed to continue the work of relief thus begun ceeded iq rqising a handsome sum which was distributed among the col Bred sufferers according to their res pective losses needs ready for Brown Monday consider thatis arrangement determined elegant sqG nQ AGES C ingratitude Tiled a- Be Installation- A large congregation gathered at the Presbyterian church Sunday morn ing to attend the installation of Rev Mr Chumley as pastor The sermon was preached by Rev Dr Roberts president of Central University Dan ville The charge to the minister was made by Rev Dr Worrell also of The charge to the congregation was to have been made by Dr LapMcKee but illness prevented his com ing and Rev Mr McClung of Paint Lick performed this duty The church is out of debt has been having large congregations and there is no reason why much good shall not be accom plished When church members lay aside that old idea of their only duty being that of wearing their best clothes and going to church every Sunday with the formality that they take a dose of medicine and work together for the advancement of religious matters the membership in all churches will in crease very materially To the Fiscal Court THE RECORD desires to call the at tention of the Fiscal Court to a few points about the court house which were plainly brought to view during the fire last week In the first place the cupalo is full of straw and rubbish carried there by birds This is the most inflammable materialand is liable to catch most any time but more es pecially when there is a fire any where in town This should be removed and wire screening placed over the and other openings in the build ing to keep out the birds This would cost but a trilling sum Then the most important matter is that of protection for the rear of the build ing Iron shutters should be placed on every window to the alley of the building Not long ago sheet iron was placed over the wooden cornice this will not save the building unless the shutters are placed there The old Mason hotel is only a few feet away and had it burn ed the other night there would have been no way to save the court house Another matter that should be attend ed to is that of arranging the fire alarm so that may be sounded from the portico in front and tile doors of the building locked at night if this house burns it means an enormous taxation upon the people of the and it does seem that the a few dollars should not stand in the way of taking all precaution to protect it from destruction Not one man in ten believed it would be saved Thursday night and so great was the danger that Judge Ford sent men into the cupalo and stationed them at the windows even when the fire was one hundred feet away Had it been closer it would have been out of the question to try to save the court house as no water could be taken so high This is as stated above of vi tal interest to every taxpayer in the county and we believe the honorable court will take action in the premises at once Obituary On Monday morning at one oclock Mr Thomas W Reid died in the 75th year of his age of heart trouble Funeral services were conducted at the Baptist church by Rev J E Wol ford on Tuesday at 3 oclock p m when an appropriate sermon in refer ence to the life and character of the deceased was delivered The Odd Fellows then took charge of the body and with imposing and impressive ceremonies surrounded by a vast con course of friends and relatives the re mains were laid to rest in the Lan caster Cemetery The profuse and beautiful floral offerings and the sweet strains of music were but feeble sym bols of the scenes which awaited the noble spirit of the deceased in his Celestial Home His widow and three children Miss Julia Rev Chas M of Middlesboro and Mrs Hattie Wool ridge of Denver Colorada survive him the latter arriving here a few had taken place Deceased had been a citizen of Lan caster for fiftytwo years during which time he was a strong pillar in the Baptist church and a most active and earnest worker in the Odd Fellows lodge His devotion to these institu tions was truly beautiful and his deeds of kindness live after him as the light lingers when the orb of day has disappeared He was possessed of many noble traits of character and always advocated anything looking to the general welfare and the moral im provement of his ellowman Socially he was kind and affable in the bust ness walks of life he was scrupulously honest and in lodge and church he was a leader in everythiug that enno bles and purifies mankind The care and attention shown by friends during his illness evinced the high repute in which he was held A life thus beau tifully lived removed many of the horrible conceptions of death and fa the fullness of his years he went to his reward in peace ana tranquility of soul His life was an open book of good deeds which has been closed here to be opened and read in the Courts of Glory where his victories ove the world the flesh and Satify i ta Celestial harmony Be ready for Brown Monday shutters better on theback sidenext I i spending- of hours after dIssolution Danville but county every add Handsome line of Wash Goods consisting of Lawns Dimities Em brodered Swisses India Linons French Lawns Organdies Etc The patterns are new and novel and prices reasonable Come early and make your selections before the best things are gone PRY ROODS 1 1 1 I i THE LOGAN CjJ CIjuLsLTXolrIE1N1E1DJ t i 1 Cora Drills J See the TIGER Rli Cultivate J t Our Prices Will SAVE You t MONEY f t J R Haselden J A Beazley Co Funeral Directors f III Ii Pluhu I SUPERIOR I i tiftftftUH t TIGER Cora T Arterial and Cavity Embalming A Specialty Full Line of Furniture and Carpets R L Davidson Attorney Life insurance policies bought for Cash or loaned on for sums of 500 upward AtLaw When you are in need of SHOES why not come to a SHOE HOUSE to buy them There is absolutely no reason why we should not sell all of the SHOES of Lancaster and the county of Garrard We will give you below a few of the reasons why we should have all the SHOE trade First We carry more SHOES than all the stores in Lancaster combined Second We buy our SHOES direct from the leading manufacturers of America and therefore save the jobbers profits which we give to our customers When a strange shoe drummer comes to Lancaster he knows before he gets here who the leading SHOE man is he comes to us first and therefore we set first showing at all the leading SHOE Manufacturers of the United States Third Our Ladies SHOES and OXFORDS Misses SHOES and OXFORDS Mens Youths and Boys SHOES are right up to the moment in style Fourth We absolutely GUARANTEE our SHOES to be worth to you the money you pay for them S T IiOGAXT The One Price Clothier and Furnisher 0 o o 0 o 0 j SHOES SHDfSl1 0o yo O 2 Q o 0 o 2 0 o 4 i 0 2 O g 2 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oil in those states will be du many times in Kentucky in the next five years The only ques tion is who shall reap this harvest Realizing this fact this company has been quietly acquiring the cream of the oil property in this X I andact o KE- Nt I I I I 1k heated State and knowing the importance of having its development in the hands of a trained oil expert has se cured as its manager and President Mr Lou J Craig who is up to this time the most successful oil pro ducer in the State His discovery and development of the splendid oil pool in the Bath Menefee oil fields eight months ago until then not even suspected of being there but now containing over thirty wells all strong pro ducers stamps him the foremost in Kentucky Oil Development For every dollar then invested there on the ground floor on his judge ment he now shows 1000 in oil already produced from which all feel assured investors in our com pany are protected as far as human foresight and wisdom can provide in oil development and operations OUR act ing promptly our company has se PROPERTIESBy ffB rn f3 m f 0 InO Ve Can Save Ioney For You 0 9 00000000000000000000 0000000 x 0 0 p 1 When you come to town dont fail to take a look at our stock Re member we have the OLD HICK ORY WAGON all sizes and the largest and best selection of SUR RIES PHAETONS BUGGIES and ROAD WAGONS ever put on the market in Lancaster We also have a fine lot of Wa gon Gear Breeching Lines Traces Hames and Hame Strings Col lars Pads Breast Chains etc as well as a splendid assortment of Buggy Harness These goods were bought right and we can save you money Come and see us and we will prove this to be a fact Hlnore o 0 o 0 o 0 0 0 0 0 Ramus i 00 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 U v 0A0 Ii 0O ij 1 0 n 0uii 0 0 0 0 0 0 0o I l 0jD D D lvi CENTRAL RECORD An Independent Local Newspaper ISSUED WEEKLY LOUIS LANDRAM Editor and Publisher Lancaster Ky April 2ith 1902 BRYANTS VILLE Country produce taken in exchange for goods at Mrs Hoseldens A little daughter came to the home of Mr and Mrs Hiram Vickerson weekThe Sunday school pupils here had quite an enjoyable egg hunt last Saturday Mr Will Baughman and Dr Traylor have gone to Texas to attend the Con federate reunion Quite a number from here attended preaching at Dan ville Sunday Mrs John Ballard visited her sister Mrs J X Dunn wonday Mrs Winnie Holloway and little children of Wilmore spent sev eral days last week with her sister Mrs Dr Armstrong Mr Richard Ballard and Mrs Eliza Ballard spent several days with relatives in Lexing ton last week Miss Margaret Gali her visited Miss Mattie May Jenkins last week Mr Smith Williams of Burgin spent several days with her sister Mrs Norris who has been quite ill for some time Mrs Moss of visited Mrs Ben Mullins one day last week Lancaster LOWELL The sick people are all much better in this vicinity at this writing AVe are having some nice weather now and the farmers are making good use of it Mr Ancil Parks and Miss Susie Hurt were married at the home of the bride Wednesday evening at 1 p m The people of Lowell wish them a long prosperous and happy life The people of this place were very sorry to hear of the death of Mr En gleman He was highly respected and well thought of by everybody in this leaves a wife and several children and they have our deepest sympathyMrs Davis of Knox county is visiting friends and relatives in place Miss Mattie Steward of Knox county is visiting Miss Sudie Parks Mr Alex Greenalgh of and Mrs Nannie Owensof Camp Dick Robinson were the guests of Jno R Henderson and family last week Mr Greenalgh came back to visit his old birth place He was born where Mr Henderson now lives and his fa ther moved away when he was only ten months old that being 76 years ago and he has never been back until now Mr Greenalghs mother was born in the same house over a years ago She was an aunt of J R Henderson Mrs Wm Asher of Wallaceton visited her nephew John D last week 1 countyhe Nevada also hundred Hardwick tl SEE US Before you buy your Plows Cutting Harrows Corn Planters Cultivators Binders Mowers Rakes Etc Complete line of Implements Call and get our prices Cost nothing T B WALKER SON Successors to J M Higginbotham J r It It It If I It It It It If t i I t i lU tJJIttt 1 I I III I I I I I t I I I t t I I I It I I I t t t t E t 1 cured about ten thousand acres of the very choicest oil properties in practically all the developed fields in the State We are now drilling in the splendid BathMenefee field where we hope to bring in a strong well very shortly We have also just closed a contract to sink a num county within 60 days Our prop erty there lies on the famous Rich land Creek oil field near and in sight of both the Jones and Wages gushers estimated at twelve hun dred barrels each per day When the Wages gusher came in on Christmas day it was beyong con trol for three days and in spite of all efforts to cap it overflowed for seven miles down the creek catch ing fire and destroying the drilling machinery trees drift and everything along the creek for seven miles Our property is just rightin PREACHERSVILLE S C Rigsby bought three mules from J P Rogers for Jess Lynn the Danville butcher last week looking for fat cattle Menifee Elmore sold eleven barrels of corn to S Morgan for 310 per bar rel The farmers will get done planting corn this week or most of them at least The Central Oil Company has been leasing land here and will go to boring for oil soon John Cress has been to Eockcastle county where he bought about forty hogs paying 5c for them Rev W B Ragan will leave this week for Dallas Texas to attend the Gen vial Conference Mr Joe Smith and wife of Brodhead was visiting their daughter Mrs J M Cress Sunday Dave Thompson and wife and sister Miss Fannie was visiting Mrs Garner at Cedar Creek Sunday Thomas Newland and daughter of Stanford and Rev W T B White and wife was visiting Mrs J F Pettus first of the week F F Cummins and wife were visiting friends on Cedar Creek Sun day John Binganman and wife and Eld Wm C Hutchins and wife were visiting Mr J L Hutchin and Sunday Mrs Maggie T Hobbs children of Lancaster were visiting friends here Sunday Misses Willie and Corlie Hobbs were out first of the week in the interest of Cockrills azine Horace Tiller is visiting his daughter Mrs B C Anderson at Brod head this week BUCKEYE Mr L B Ray had to suspend his school at Teatersville on account of smallpox The people of Gunns Chapel vicini ty are making a special effort to raise money to convert the Wolf railroad into a pike Mr and Mrs Herod Ray visited Miss Florence Mcaiurtry of from Saturday till Sunday Mr J Bogie has returned from St Louis Mo A Buckeyian who is visiting at Louisville said he stopped there on his way thither to make a call on a former visitor at Buckeye Not Master Wesley Dickerson is seriously ill Mr Sidney Dickerson nephew of Mr Lee Brown has recently adopted by Mr Brown Julia Walker is recovering from small pox Jones and nie Miles accompanied by Lillard Miles attended preaching Gilliad Sunday and were guests at Mr J P Longs BOURNE J T Turner bought a nice work mule from Jeff Dunn for J E Sherrow bought a cow and calf fronr Henry Smith for 25 Mr Fox Tnrner bought a good pair of work mules from George Pollard for 190 J B Bourne has just completed shop at this will be run by Robert Scott who is a very workman Mr M Broaddus and wife of near Lancaster and Mr Tommie Broaddus of Marksbury were the guests of Al Ian Ray and family Sunday Noah Marsee and daughter Annie visited James M Turner and family of Hiatts ville Saturday and Sunday Miss Loa K Duncan spent Sunday with Miss Hattie Duncan Miss Oliver of Mercer returned home Wednesday after a pleasant visit with relatives here Miss Hester Tudor of Nicholasville is the guest of Miss Lula Scott Mr Will Mar see of Marksbury passed thro here Sunday en route to see his best girl Mr Scott Huffman left last week to visit friends in Lexington MANSE There are several cases of fever here Every one come to the schoolenter tainment at Manse Friday night Good music good recitations James Doores of your city has been the guest of his niece Mrs John Doty Jr Mrs Tom Spillman has after a few days illness Master Edgar Poyritz Burke is on the sick list Will Crow Doty anticipates leaving this week for St Louis to ac cept a position c ie j I I 150 surprised Fans 75 anew placeit competent t Springs recovered where wi a Nicholas il be Diisses Hattie Bett as fed between these wells and the Indian Creek wells is just above and adjoing the Hutchings well that came in last week and where four wells are now under contract We are just below and in sight of the famous Jarvis well regarded as one of the very best in the Field The property adjoining us above and just us and and the Jarvis well is to be devel oped in April and several other tracts within a few hundred yards of us are to be drilled as soon as derricks can be erected placed Not less than 100 other wells are under contract in the vicinity so we are entirely sur rounded by this development and ducers on the four sides ofus which absolutely insures prompt returns to our investors The Hutchings Swan Lake and andma chi tery splendid immediately i S Mr Will Lusk and his sistersMiss es Elisa and Jane have moved to Lan caster We are sorry to give them up but our loss willbc Lancasters Wm Payne of Bell county is visiting his son who bought the farm Mrs Archer and little daughter Edna Vivian have from an extended visit to relatives in Parksville and Perryville Miss Nettie Pond spent last Sunday atM AshersMrs Frank Bourne and Miss Eliza Underwood are expected this week to visit Mrs Archer Mrs Spangler left Saturday night for Dallas Texas to visit at that place Miss Hobbs of Preachersville was in this vicinity last week selling Cockrells Magazine Messrs Joseph and Ball and Mrs Jos Ball and little daughter Lucy visited relatives at Elatwood Sunday Cephas Morgan visited his best girl and called at Flatwood Sunday Jake Cormeny of Stanford was visiting at Mrs Cormeny Sunday Mr wife were visiting at Mrs Lucy Worrells Sunday Ebb Cook and Wife were visiting at Mr Fort Cooks Saturday night LIKES OUR SCHOOL Editor 1 had the pleasure of witnessing the opening exercises of the Lancaster Graded School With some friends I had walked in without giving warning and was agreeably impressed with the evidences of systematic orderly work along advanced school lines Prof Patterson and Mrs Burnside received us in the library and conducted us the chapel just as the pupils were ready to march in Prof Todd was seated on the rostrum and Mrs Burn side presided at the organ To the accompaniment of a grand march the pupils filed into the chapel each grade followed by its teacher who took her seat upon the rostrum Then all but the four smaller grades had assembled the chapel was full of the bright youthful faces The singing was a pleasure to the listener as vocal mu sic is a component part of the of the school Prof Patterson read a Psalm made a short prayer and was joined by the school in repeating the Lords prayer Another hymn followed intending to visit each grade and observe the work but were so charmed with the exercises in the Kindergarten and First and Second grades that we had only time for a peep at some the grades and to our regret had to leave without visiting the advanced grades taught by Prof Patterson and his assistant Prof Todd We had seen enoughHo us that Lancaster has a graded school of which she may be proud The prominence given to musical and literary exercises as well as the tasteful adornment of the rooms with engravings water colors stationery and flowers indicate the refining in lluences brought to bear upon the the little city We were with the games songs and literary games repeated for us in the Kindergarten and First and Second grades Miss Peters and Miss to whom these little ones are are animated sympathetic teachers A fine feature in the school work is illustration drawing in all these written exercises The pupils are taught this from the up and the results are excellent in each grade The binding of exercise books and weaving on a small loom are novel accomplishments of the smaller grades So far as we had time to observe in the grades presided over by Miss West the work was well along progressive lines The Music Department under the supervision of Mrs Belle Burnside is the pride of the school and deservedly so L believe no graded school in the can boast of more music pupils or better facilities for practice In my flying visit I counted seven music rooms two pianos in the primary and an organ in the chapel Altogether my visit to time Lancaster Graded School was one which I shall take pleasure in recalling Maggie Reynolds HanleyKy Teacher of Hanley Public School Foleys Kidney Cure makes kidneys and bladder right Dont delay 1m k Je gainEld M A returned M A G W rela- tIves Settie Arthur Florence Lawsonand t RecordWednesday morning into training puSof convince youth of entertained Roys- ton entrusted Kindergarten divisions taking FLAT WOOIS Lae bIo r other Companies operating in this oil pool have promptly withdrawn their stock from sale and we believe we are the only company in this immediate oil field who has not done so For the purpose of funds for immediate including tanks and pipe line our now offers for sale Twenty Thousand Shares of its capital stock at par 100 per share in amounts from One share up Every purchaser of stock will own an interest in all the of this company Those who got in on the ground floor in the Stickford Sunny Brook Mt and several other companies here only a few months ago have already cleared hundreds of thous ands of dollars and it will grow to millions during this year and we are offering you the same opportu nity to share in the same good for tune development raising properties Sterling Its Vnjr in Lancaster Dont beg so much of the buisness men There is seldom a week passes and sometimes hardly a day our citi zens are not called upon to contribute something for charitys sake the merchants who are asked to shoulder this varied and gratuitous giving Source people seem to think that they who are in buisness can pick time asked Well just say that as a rule dollars are no more plentiful with buisness people than with any other vocation Dont ask so much of them Just remember that they have troubles of their own Its Played Out The most marked in country newspapers in Kentucky is the growing spirit of independence and fairness says the Elizabethtown News The above average country editor has stopped letting the little six by ten politicians do his thinking for him and has the independence to write what he thinks himself has learned that for his paper to respect and to have influence it must above everything else be just Calling those who differ with him po litical fools knaves and asses is played out It carries no influence except with the stupid and the He has learned that the of the newspaper is educational consequently it must be as far from misapprehension as history to be ac cepted as reliable Public questions must be discussed on their merits not on their adaptability to party needs or from the standpoint of political bias A ne Aspaper sHould have and stand by them but in or der to promote these principles must deal fairly with every issue it presents to its readers Its Up to You The above expression means in this case that we have the best and most reliable stock of goods in this section of the state and Its up to you to come see them and get some of the best bargains ever offered the people of Central Kentucky We have spared neither time money or patience in goods and our long experienceJn the markets has us to get the very best goods money can buy and put them on our counters for you at the very lowest prices We have all the newest in dress goods the very best quality of underwear hosiery shoes fancy neckwear ribbons and in fact everything to be found in a strictly uptotheminute store We have all latest shades in parasols the prettiest fans the gloves and the line of handkerchiefs ever brought to Lancaster We are not making a great flourish of trumpets over these facts but tell you in plain words that if you want the latest styles the best goods and the most reasonable prices to come to us and we know you will leave our store delighted with your purchases J Joseph Clauses In the School Lays The late Legislature made a of changes in the school law of them referred to the business of the Superintendents oftlce etc Among those of interest to the gener al public were the following The minimum salary that any coun ty may pay to the County is raised from 250 to 400 When twothirds of the voters of a district have voted a tax the trustees may borrow the money to build a house It has never been possible to pay the forty per cent of the public fund in October as the law provided and the payment of the forty per cent is until December The June examination for graduates- of the common schools was changed to the second Friday and Saturday in May and two days instead of one to the January examination for the same purpose Heretofore the week of the Institute has been counted as a week taught when it occurred during the session of the school but now the teachers must teach twenty weeks without County Institute week Heretofore when a school house was condemned the trustees under were required to have it replaced- in a year This penalty is now and the trustees may levy and collect a tax from year to year until enough has accumulated to build a house e I I That always contribute II command prejudiced mission I convictions I I selecting this se sons enabled creations smartest number Many Superintendent deferred assigned t Teachers 4 I Iris improvements swell t penalty removed Conii llmeiitM lure Warren Harrodsburg Democrat HonRich ard Warren of Stanfor candidate for Congress was here Wednesday shaking hands with meeting and fine impressions with the dear voters in his interest as a candidate for Congress Col Warren has in his possession one of the recently circular letters of Congressman Gilberts and if we are not mistaken the author will hear of it when the orating begins from his opponents That letter will be made the target for many a shot from the stump Internal Revenue Decision Internal Revenue Commissioner Yerkes holds that farmers and are privileged to sell leaf tobacco of their own growth and raising and that received from tenants as rent and in its natural conditions restriction The decision provides however that the farmer must sell his tobacco in the condition in which it was cured on the farm and cannot stem twist plait or roll sweeten or otherwise manipulate it for sale to consumers No person can be employed by a farmer as his agent to sell and deliver his tobacco to Our hustling sister city Stanford has at last shaken off the Bell and will have an telepnone system Mr Bas tin the local telephone man tells TIlE RECORD that at a meeting Mon day night an organization was perfect ed and the building of the system all over Lincoln county will begin at once The officers of the company are Mr Harve McRoberts president se Alverson secretary Thompsie Cooper treasurer Henry Traylor and A II Bastin directors all the above named being also directors says the object is to give the people of Linclon service like we have here that is the subscribers can talk to anyone they please at any point in the county without additional expense The people will see that this is a great convenience and will also find they have taken a wise step in grant ing the Independent people the Card of Thanks We take this method of expressing our sincere thanks to the kind friends who so ably assisted us duuing the re coat fire We will never forget the timely aid so willingly given us Mrs U D Simpson New Undertaker Alex Miller has bought a tine hearse and stock of Undertakers goods and is prepared to superintend burials He has a well selected stock I have a little unpaid school tax on my books for the year IDOl All parties knowing themselves indebted to the school district will save cost by calling at once and settle as my books must be closed for settlement 417tf E W Harris Treas Cisterns Cleaned T J Hatcher is prepared with improved machinery to clean your cistern with no loss of water Cost small tf t e making distributed growers wit lawfully consumers Three fur monopoly uptodate Independent Jest franchise I Notice latest I I 1 Cheery Stuford 11 dec 19t f IN CONCLUSION We antee that every dollar derived from the sale of the treasury stock in the company shall be econo mically and wise as human tore sight can provide expended in the development of Companys That no officer of this company shall receive one cent of salary un til the company has reached a divi dendpaying basis and has actually PAID at least ONE HUNDRED PER CENT in livid nds to all holders of its capital stock If you desire to invest invest NOW We need money NOW for development purposes We will NOT need it LATER When have brought in the first two the stock will he withdrawn sale entirely We refer to every Bank or house in Garrard county Address all communications to the Secretary A IyC E weIr Q r property theoyour Timely Talk Cynthiana Democrat The Lexing ton investment companies are coming in fora large share of attention tom the bar the pulpit and the press The combination looks strong enough to land in the penitentiary n few at least of the men who were behind these fraudulent schemes aril reaped good sized fortunes from the credulous It is said that some of the leading members of Lexington ch rrh es and some of the otherwise m fe reputable and respectable businessmen were interested in these invest ment companies and drew large sums of money from them It is hardly worth while to preach to people who have already been mulcted and get ting buck the money lost would be s expensive and as unsatisfactory itstefc ting well enough alone A lot of slick customers masquerading as hightowed citizens has fleeced another lot of rep usable citizens who wanted to get rich quick w h o were loolishi enough to believelhey could go against another mans game with success It is like horse racing playing crap shooting paddle wheels and all other forms of gambling The man who runs the game is a sure winner If he is not he would not be in the btiaiwesa Everybody has more or less of blinj instinct It comes to the sar- face in one form or an other and hap py is he who has taken his bitter close and reformed IX HIKIMOJJIAJl In last issue of TIlE Ksconi ap poured a brief notice of the death oC C Butler Engleman who diets at Paint Lick just before this paper was put to press The deceased had been the Paint Lick correspondent for THE RKCOUD since he went into bnisne s there several years ago Previous to that time he represented the paper a6 Leaf a post office near there His letr ters were always chuck full of news of the very best quality and many sob scribers have told us that they alwajs read Butlers letters first He had a keen sense of humor and always saw the rediculous side of everything He could yoke fun at anything there was always at least one good hearty laugh in every letter he us Butler was a itmn of the highest regard for honor and wlmb he told you was just that way He had tine judgment and had he been blessed with good health would have made much greater success financial ly but he didnt have the strength to follow up his ambition For several years he was agent for the L N at Paint Lick and during that time the writer worked for him some months as telegraph operator While thus employed we learned his many sterling qualities and also formed an affection for him as warm as that of a brother No one deplores his death more than we and that the clods may rest lightly upon nis grave is our earnest prayer Butler Engleman was tiftr one years of age and a member of Christian church In 1SS1 he was married to Miss Patsy Adams one of the most oopular young ladies in Gar rurd county She and four children are left to mourn the loss of a devoted and loving husband and father In their bereavement they have the deepest sympathy of a wide circle of friends L L I who and I carte oral send Engl man CI the i the ga fThe season has arrived for S and PaperingPainting Purest brands of PAINTS and OILS Varnishes Brushes Etc Full stock of Hammocks Croquet Sets Etc McRoberts Drug Store s L B SWINEBROADATTORNEY AT LAw Lancaster Ky Office over Thompsons store G 1i S or Handsomest line of WALL PAPERS- we have ever shown S J E ROBINSON Attorney At Law LANCASTER KY Money to loan at 5 per cent on real estate mortgages y We HCLVGPTIGGS K F POSTLE Successor to J C Robinson NOEL SISTERS NOEL SISTERS MILLINERY Of all kinds and Every description for Ladies and Misses Something to suit all In both SPRING and SUMMER Take time to Examine our stock and Remember OUR Styles are the CORRECT THINGS NOEL SISTERS NOEL SISTERS 11I f r ji41H Jf I 04 v v 0 4 l New hats J c rr J 1 4 v2 x I A V0l 111 IIll J oft The People Senator George Farris is at home for a few days Mr Jim Shackelford of Richmond was here Monday Mrs G X Jean was the guest of Mrs W A Berkele Friday Miss Daisy Collier of Danville is visiting Miss Ann Hill A M Kinnaird of Middlcsboro has been here for a few days Prof E N Todd attended the col lege contests at Danville Friday Miss Louise Kauffman has returned from a visit to relatives in Richmond Capt E W Lillard the clever editor of the Danville Xews was here Sun dayMiss Helen Thurmond is the guest of Mrs U D Simpson at the Mason hotelMiss Gertrude Xoel is at home from Midway where she has been attend ing school Mr Jess Arnold and wife of Lex ington are guests of Mr W A Arnold and family Mrs 1 B Collier has returned from a visit to Winchester Lexington and CincinnatiMiss Hilton of Brodhead has accepted a position in It II Batsons dry goods store Mrs Ellen Poor has gone to Texas to visit her nephew Mr Commodore Gordon Granger Dr James Letcher and wife of Hen derson have been guests of Mr W B Mason and family Mr J W Miller and wife are spend ing several days in Louisville with Mr and Mrs R E Hughes Mrs J M Farra has returned from a delightful visit to her sister Mrs Gee McRoberts of Covington Rev Charles M Reid and wife and children of Middlesboro were called For Seed Garden J Seed Sorts r Onion Sets IHJI Ballon Sons f About i Pot taes i Potatoes r of rAIl r 1 t I rat here Saturday to the bedside of Mr T W Reid QMrs Dr Amon of Teatersville vis itcd the family of T L Broaddus this week Miss Florence Burnside of Paint Lick has been visiting Miss Fannie Doty Richmond avenue Mr J Randolph Harris wife and are at home again from a visit to relatives at Turnersville Mesdames Tno E Stormes and Joe Faulconer Jr visited Mrs Lige Faul coner of Danville the past week Mrs Frank Bacon and son John An derson have returned from a visit to Mrs W T Browning of Lexington Miss Jennie Dunn who spent sever al days with Miss Sallie Tillett has returned to her home in McKinney Misses Smith and Cook and Messrs Hughes and Saufley of Stanford took supper at the Garrard Sunday night Messrs Tommy Guthrie Clifton Conn and Howard Sullivan of Central University visited at Mr J A Conns Saturday Mrs Gill Mrs Juliet Rog ers and son Joseph have been visit ing friends in Chicago and Blooming ton Illinois IT T Logan was in Cincinnati sever al days this week and bought many more fine goods for his immense es tablishment Rev IT N Falconer was accompa nied by his wife and pretty baby Margaret Wednesday to their home in Ilillsboro Ohio Mrs Sam Woolridge and daughter Miss Mary of Denver arrived Monday to attend the funeral services of her father Mr T W Reid Mrs D D Geiger entertained at in honor of her mothers Mrs Ann Walker 79th birthday All the daughters and sons and daughtersin law and sonsinlaw were present Mr Sam B Harris of Louisville spent Sunday with his parentsMr and Mrs E W Harris greens are ripe but whether this had anything to do with his coming we are not pre pared to say Danville XewsMiss Elizabethllud son who has been the guest of Miss Allene Hudson will return to Lan caster today Mrs Joe Robertson and Miss Francis of Lancaster were in town shopping yesterday Somerset and friend of enterprise and universal thrift L F Hubble of Lancaster was in the city Tuesday enroute to Mon ticello on business for the Corbin and Nashville Railroad of which splendid enterprise he is the prime mover Lexington Leader Miss Louise Kauffman a very attractive young lady of Lancaster has been visiting friends in the city Miss Sallie El kin has returned to her home in Lan caster after a short visit a short visit to the Misses Embry in this city Miss Elkin is a clever artist and expects to have an exhibit and sale ot her pict ures here soon Danville Advocate Miss Jane Shu mate who has been teaching in Gar rard for the past seven years has a position in the public school in Bristol Tenn is an able teach er and will give thesame eminent sat isfaction in her new field as she has always done in Garrard is the predic tion of the Advocate Mr W H Harris wife and Mrs Scud er of Carlisle spent Sunday and with Mr and Mrs E W Harris He has been agent for the L and N at Carlisle for many years and stands high with its officials Touch is a i deserving young man and has many Lancaster friends who will be glad to baby D dinner Jowland JournalPromoter accepted Pattie She Monday Large Livery Stable School House Odd Fellows Building Dwellings and Other Property Goes Only by Heroic Work are the Haselden Stormes Store Rooms Saved TRuml v lwtI S iiJLt L 11 IL r l ML L anc When you Lancaster people have a fire you certainly have one remarked a special insurance examiner who was going over the town Thursday He left about live oclock but had he remained he certainly would have been thoroughly the truthful ness of his statement The town clock had just struck seven when the wild cry of Fire Fire came from the alley back of the court house Business men and passers by rushed quickly to the engine house but be fore they reached thespot flames burst through the top of Mason and Jlamil tons livery stable just back of the court house In less time than it takes to tell it the burning hay had ignited the roof and time entire top of the building was in flames A WILD FIGHT A rush was made to save the vehicles and many of these were gotten out Other willing hands were after the horses all of these being saved The fight for the animals was a hard one the poor brutes making a struggle to stay in their stalls and only by quick cool work were the bridles adjusted and the animals led to the alley Sev eral tried to get back into the mass of flames and had to be beaten off The stable was then burning from every side Down the alley westward was a row of houses occupied by colored people The first two owned and by Mat Lusk were quickly burning and ignited two below there belonging to Lil Burnside and Dilsy Shanks Most of the belongings of these people were gotten out but in a dilapidated condition COMING TOWARD THE SQUARE One of the hardest fights was to save the large warehouse of Raymond Has elden on opposite side of the alley near Danville street All the of implements surries buggies farm machinery etc was hurriedly pulled out on DanvLle street and ma ny willing hands formed a bucket line and by constant work kept the build ing covered with water At one time it was on tire and as this meant the destruction of tile entire Haselden and Stormes corner block of the Public Square the men fought like demons until the flames were subdued HOTEL IX DANGER In the meantime the fight to save the Mason Hotel was going on with the earnestness and determination which the critical situation demanded The house is frame in the rear and being covered with shingles kept those working there fighting like to extinguish the many sparks and chunks of fire continually on it It caught many times but the bucket brigade came out winner in each battle a FLAMES LEAP SOUTHWARD On the South side of the burning stable was a small frame stable to Mr Bastin the telephone man In a very few minutes this was wiped oil the map and the flames were j t o r l a big I overnight I I occupied largest cl l d convinced of beavers alighting belonging know that he has made a success of life Misses Maggie Tomlinson and Bradley were in Danville Mrs Z T Rice of Richmond is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Re ander Davidson Mrs John Pilcher of Louisville and Mrs Ford of Lexington attended the funeral of T W Reid Lexington Democrat Mrs Ellen Letcher Poor of Lancaster is the guest of Mrs George Denny and Mrs E D Potts Mrs Poor will be joined by Mrs Gordon Grangers children day and will accompany them to Texas for a visit to their father Mrs Banks Hudson and little daugh ter will leave Wednesday for their home in Lancaster Dr George W Jean visited Mrs W A Berkele Friday As stated in a previous issue of THE RECORD Dr Jean has been appointed a surgeon in the Army and will leave this week for San Francisco whence he will sail on the 28th for duty in the Philippines Dr Jean is a fine physician and has many friends here who wish him a pleasant voyage and safe return The following invitations have been received by friends here Mr and Mrs William A Yantis Invite you to be present- at the marriage of their daughter Elizabeth May to Mr John Adams Morgan Wednesday evening April the thirtieth nineteen hundred and two at six thirty oclock- at their residence paragould Arkansas- At Home v after May third 721 State Line Texarkana Texas AGENTS WANTED LIFE OF T DEWITT TALMAGE by his Son REV FRANK DEWITT TALMAGE and associate editors of Christian Herald Only endorsed by Talmage family Enormous profit for agents who act quickly Outfit ten cents Write immediately CLARK CO 233 S 4th St Fhila Pi Mention this Japer i244t Tuesday hereto boot Christine 1 leaping to the large Odd Fellows hall owned and recently erected by the colored lodge of this city Being frame and perfectly dry this was quickly and despite the heroic efforts of all the men who could get to it was soon burning from top to bottom no possibility of saving this all hands turned to time colored school house across the alley This like the Odd Fellows hall was of seasoned dry timber and it was folly to waste on it The wind changed at this time and blew directly Southward which while removing danger in other quarters drove a mass of flames and chunks across the street from Odd Fellows hall to the store and houses across Buford street Men were soon on top of these buildings and by hard work by the bucket brig ade the houses were saved All this time some excellent work was being done by the chemical engine and had it been possible to get the water to charge it would have saved much hard laborA NARROW ESCAPE At one time the wind blew the flames directly toward A II Bastins residence and it seemed impossible to save it Many panels of fencing was destroyed in every direction and telo phone and electric light wires were swept out of service soon in the light TilE INSURANCE Itis estimated the total loss will be 85000 so Insurance Agent R Kin naird tells us Mason Hamilton carried 1000 on stock and the colored Odd Fellows held a policy for TIlt latter building was recently erected and was worth all of 81500 Their paraphenalia went up in the smoke and is a total loss As most all Mason Hamiltons vehicles and horses were saved their loss will not be so great All the other were uninsured and are a total loss Many families of colored people were made homeless and in some cases all their belongings were destroyed The loss is very heavy on Mat Lusk as the two houses were all he had The engine house doors as usual had to be broken open A lot of had to be removed before the could be pulled out Some one is responsible for this and THE RECORD calls the attention of the City the danger in permitting it At one time it seemed impossible to save the Mason Hotel Had it burned the courUhouse could not have been saved one seems to think of the danger from the straw carried into the 3upalo by birds This should be stopped by putting wire netting over openingsAny who will kick on paying a little tax for water works should have been turned up toward last nights fire and his anatomy roasted The colored people worked Ignited Seeing water many 8800 buildings sPums plunder machine Council- to No C several courthouse faithfully TTmrr fTT r I Business and Bargains I Machine needles and oil at x Thompsons All kinds of seeds at T Curreys Tuberose and other bulbs atThomp New stock fine violins and strings Thompson Large stock tablets and pencils cheap Thompson Dr Hobson the dentist will be at the Garrard Sweet pea seed the finest grown At Thompsons fowls for cash or groceries T Curreys We are making special prices on saddles and harness J R Haselden A few select hemp seed for sale R M West tf When in town get a bargain at The Racket store To get flowers promptly order from Ed C Gaines Agt for Bell We will save you money on saddles and harness J R Haselden If you want good coal go to Austin Kemper at Leavells coal yard19tf Buy Potts Flour from your grocer if he doesnt handle it try a firstclass grocer tf I will give you the price either in cash or groceries for your eggs T Currey For a good smoke try Santiaga Club at Stormes tf At the old reliable house Curreys is the place to your groceries Age 40 years Wool We will be in the market for wool See before sell H B Korth cott Banks i I II I I I I I I sons p WantedDressed ofT Wanted us Hudson Pi Hotel Monday S highest a buy i Suii tliiiifi ami VIM rniriGood pay to right parties the Parissian Danville Ky Your trade will be appreciated The Racket Store opposite sons N 1 will run mv corn mill every Mon day and Saturday Bring your and get good meal S T Leavel Sold by T furry Bring your eggs to The and get a nice rug or some other bar gain which their store is full of For funeral designs and decorating see Ed C Gaines agent for Bell the florist Orders hastily filled A few fresh dairy cows J C Siler Lancaster Ky Six days of every week you will bargains at time Racket Store Make your lambs grow feed them International Stock sold only by T Currey viPeople dont kick on a higher price when they buy Potts flour for they know they are getting their moneys worth in quality tf Hogs are high keep them in good order and fatten easy feed them International Stock food Sold by T CurreyThe best set of teeth in the world for 750 Dr Hobson dentist Rich mond at Garrard Hotel Lancaster every second Monday tf You should attend our mill end sale of dry goods and notions next There will be some good values offered The Logan Dry Goods Co It For Kent Front room back room adjoining Rent reasonable Over our store tf T B Walker Son Card ol Thanks We desire to thank those who so kindly assisted us during Thursday nights fire Your kindness will ever be remembered J R Haselden Seed Corn We have a fine assortment of the best variety of seed corn for sale II A B Marksbury Son Dont wade through the mud but telephone Alek Miller and have him haul you to the trains Will cost but little You should visit our Millinery De partment often We receive new things every day and they go out fast It The Logan Dry Goods Co Plants Cabbage Tomatoes Pepper Sweet Potatoes Celery Call at Racket Store in Stormes block Joseph Faulconer Sr Attention Ladles We have 75 pairs of Ladies Oxfords that we have put out on tables to at less than manufacturers cost II T Logan Chicken feed for sale at Marksbury Sons Money to Loan in amounts to suit six per cent Apply to TIlE RECORD office for further information 227tf We have samples of cotton seed meal cotton seed hulls and mixed feed for sale and would be pleased to take orders for same tf H A B Marksbury Son Wo Are The Leaders Henry Duncan Tonsorial Artist Crinicultural Abscission Phrenological Tripais- Hydropathical Shaver of Beards All Work Physiognomically Executed Hemp Seed For Sale I few cultivated hemp seed will sell cheap for next week also about a bushel of late importation for planting for sale Banks Hudson Save Time and Money If you want a spring suit at lowest price and of best cannot spare the time to come t6 town let us know and one of us wiU bring a full line of samples to house This will save you a daysJabqr besides the money saved in the best prices J C Hemphill M D Hughes If you have not paid your taxes you will find Sanders and Ward in E W Harris store preparing to advertise your stuff Do not say had no warning you can save jost by paying before we reach your name Sanders Ward Redemption or School Bonds The following bonds Nos 16 29 33 57 68 69 will be retired July 1 1902 All persons holding same are notified to present them W Harris treasurer July 11902 for After above date no interest will be paid on them- J B Kinnaird Sec T Currey Pres 4103t Bids Wanted Sealed bids will be received until May 1st 1902 for repairing the church building Lancaster Ky according to the plans and as drawn by W R Scott archi tect Plans and specifications can be seen at the store of J A Beazley Co Lancaster Ky Bids will be re ceived separately as planned also as a whole Also bids will be received for the addition to be built of brick extending the present building The Committee reserve the right to reject any and all bids J E Stormes Chinn Bldg d e y I npl urn inv Irl11I1JijII i1HHlud r lk Ir food closeout 6000 borrower- at Feed havea quality and getting 1819 to E r Christian specifications ccurd 4ddr 1liui co Fhi it irh hi ken rr weddi Wanted fin Saturday S C C your you C payment Corn teeLancaster K lto l r FOR Correct Styles Handsome Patterns i3i a n d PRICES iOur Stuck d Commie c uul Luel ivutioiia SALLIE D TILLETT E rfiyiMJri r T 1 8 q 1 fiiIl S ti 1m I mrrtI rJCiWii iii ii LOW mil t C Walks without Crutches I was much alllicted with sciatica writes Ed C Nud lowaville Sedg wick Co Kan going about on crutches and suffering a deal of pain I was induced to try Ballards Snow Liniment which relieved me I used three 50c bottles It is the greatest linment I ever used have it to a number of persons all express themselves as being benefited by it 1 now walk without crutches able to perform a great deal of light labor on the farm 50c and SJOO at R E McRoberts 1m Any man who monkeys with a mule is apt to come to a bad end Wants To Help Others- I had stomach trouble all my life says Edw itchier proprietor of the Union Bottling Works Erie Pa and tried all kinds of remedies went to several doctors and spent considerable money trying to get a moments peace Finally I read of Kodol Dys pepsia Cure and have been taking it to my great satisfaction I never found its equal for stomach trouble and gladly recommend it in hope that I may help other sufferers Kodol Dyspepsia Cure cures stomach troub les You dont have to diet Kodol Dyspepsia Cure digests what you eat 1m It serves the boatrocking idiot ight if in after years he has to rock the cradle Good for lilieumutiem Last fall I was taken with a very severe attack of muscular rheumatism which caused me great pain and an noyance After trying several pre scriptions and rheumatic cures I to use Chamberlains Pain Balm which I had seen advertised in the South Jeoseyman After two of this remedy I was much better and after using one bottle was completely cured Sallie Harris Salem N J For sale by R E Mc Roberts druggist Ini Never tell a girl she looks sweet to kiss Actions speak louder than words Dreadful Attack of Wlioopiiifr Cough Mrs Ellen Harlison of 300 Park Ave Kansas City Mo writes as follows Our two children had a severe of whooping cough one of them in the paroxysm of coughing would often faint and bleed at the nose We tried everything we heard of without getting relief We then call ed in our family doctor who prescribed Foleys Honey and Tar With the very first dose they began to improve and we feel that it has saved their lives Refuse substitutes 1m A womans prematurely gray hair is often the result of marrying a man to reform him Important to Farmers and Other Property Owners Are you insured If not why not Thousands of dwellings and barns are destroyed by fire and wind storms in the United States every year Why should you expect yours to escape from year to year If you have been with out insurance up to this time and have had no tire dont you think you had better INSURE AT ONCE Your property may burn within a year a month or even HOURS Even if it should not burn you will have the peace of mind and freedom from anxiety which a policy in the CONTINENTAL affords to him who holds it It will only cost you a few dollars a year a FEW CENTS A WEEK less than you would pay to paint a barn to PROTECT it from the weather BETTER BE SURE THAN SORRY Your prop erty may take tire in any one of a hun dred different ways If your property burns have your policy in a strong company THE CONTINENTAL one that has made its record and been tried IT COSTS NO MORE THAN TO INSURE IN A POOR ONE In case of fire your policy in the CONTINEN TAL is equivalent to a CHECK ON A BANK Better look your policies over and satisfy yourself that you have a strong company Ask for a conti nental Policy and you are sure of lute indemnity at fair rates Placing your fire insurance in some companies is like keeping your valuables in past board box instead of a modern safe If your property burns the money is ready no ASSESSMENT HAS TO BE MADE on your NEIGHBORS TO PAY YOU The Continentals agents examine your property before insuring it so in case of accident you get all you are insured for Low rates and fair dealings Callon write or tele phone G B SWINEBROAD THE CONTINENTALS AGENT AT LANCASTER KENTUCKY and he will at once come to see your prop erty FARM PROPERTY is insured against Fire Lightning and Wind Storms on cash or installment plan Assets Jan 1st 1902 1159901181 G B Swinebroad Agent 310lm Lancaster Ky recommended 5c Ie decided applications n enough attack TWENTY FOL1ti abs r o 3 f THE RACKET STORE The Racket Store is now open to all and quotes you a few of their many bargains Ribbons all colors per yard lOc Towels per pair 5c Ladies skirts good quality 75c Ladies undkerskirts only 50c 50 good quality envelopes 5c 8100 Negligee Shirts 50c Linen Collars all styles best quality iflc Whitewash brushes 7 inches long luc Mole skin pants only 50c 3 spools thread lOc Umbrellas Ladies or Gents 50c LACE CURTAINS 2k yards long best quality 50c yards long 75c 3i yards long 3100 RUGS All Kinds at a Bariain Also bargains in Underwear Fancy Hose Shirts Suspenders Collars Pins Handkerchiefs Needles Tablets Buttons Combs Lambrequins Aprons Bustles Hip Pads Hair Pins Also reduced prices in Percales Crasn Sheeting Gingham Napkins Table Cloth Piques Ducks Dimities Table Floor Oil Cloth Window Shades Tacks Come and examine these goods and get our prices Will give you the highest price for Eggs Butter and all kinds of Produce Give us a call The Racket Store Opposite J C Thomsons W S BEAZLEY DENTISTTeeth extracted wIthout pain vrith Vitalized Air Office the Bookoat Building Danville street oppo ite Presbyterian church Da R GOLDSTEIN LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 150 Pencils Oil Cloth OF I WIrL BEAT THE St ASAPEI HOTEL Stanford Ky Tuesday May 6th GILCIIER HOTEL Danville Ky Thursday May 8th Now is the time Dont neglect your best EYES EYES examined and glasses adjusted Dont neglect your childrens EYES OFFICE nonss 9 am to 5 pm FAVORITE FOR WEAK WOMEN R Rfijrantii Follow Companies Aetna Queen PalatineNational Hartford Conneticut German American Phenix of Brooklyn Milwaukee Merchants New York Underwriters Liverpool London Globe North British Merchantile LOW RATES Queen Crescent Route AS SHOWN BELOW General Assembly Church Jackson Miss May 15 Southern Baptist Conven tion Asheville N C May 610 Clubs Los Angeles Cal May iS Nobles Mystic Shrine San Francisco Cal June 1014 Knights ofPythias San Francisco Cal August 1112 Finest train service in the world Low rate tickets good on all limited trains for the above occasion Be sure your tickets read via the Queen Crescent Route and thereby get good service friendYOUR scientifically KINNAIRDINSURANCE Btna Life Ins HartfordGonn Confederate IERcEs I Cog Presbyterian The liniment bottle and flannel strip are familiar objects in nearly every household They are the weapons that have been used for generations to fight old Rheumatism and are about as effective in the battle with this giant disease as the blunderbuss of our forefathers would be in modern warfare fiiJP mmiI nntm tJ if f ma fY a t is Rheumatism is caused by an acid sour condition of the blood It is tilled with acrid irritating matter that settles in the joints muscles and nerves and and oils nor nothing else applied externally can dislodge these gritty corroding particles They were deposited there by the blood and can be reached only through the blood Rubbing with liniments sometimes relieve temporarily the aches and pains but these are only symptoms which are liable to return change of the weather the real disease lies deeper the blood and system are infected Rheumatism cannot be radically and permanently cured until the blood has been purified and no remedy does this so thoroughly and promptly as S S S It neutralizes the acids and sends a stream of rich strong blood to the affected parts which dissolves and washes out all foreign materials and the sufferer obtains happy relief from the torturing pains S S S contains no potash or other mineral but is a perfect vegetable blood purifier 5 and most exhilarating tonic Our physicians will advise without charge all who write about their case and we will send free our special book on Rheumatism and its treatment THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO Atlanta Ga I y withevery ii V Cream will make better butter when it rises in cold air than when it rises in cold water I f the friction is too violent the butter is produced speedily and is de licient in quality The breeding feeding and care of the heifer is one of the dairymans most important duties Sheep fatten sooner upon turnips and linseed meal than they do when hay is given in addition according to some Scotch feeding tests Ewes which are successful breeders should never be discarded Keep long as they are profitable If they have good teeth and are healthy and vigorous they will produce better lambs than young ewes The prospect is that eggs will not for a year or two sink so low in price as they have been in recent years and the poultry business will therefore show more profit The high cost of feed has caused the killingoff of in great numbers and the egg sup ply will not catch up with the demand for a long time It is about the right time now to vacillate apple trees This is done by boring into the body of the tree a few feet from the ground an inch auger hole 5 to S inches according to the of the tree and inserting a little powdered sulphur Then plug the hole Experiments have shown that this kind of vaciration will healthy fruit free from insects and a healthy growth of the tree The transplanting of big trees on the Worlds Fair site at St Louis is an interesting work A deep trench is cut around the tree tour or five feet from its base and the earth dug away beneath Then a huge truck is up to the tree and securely The entire tree 40 to 50 feet high is then tipped over onto the truck and another pair of wheels attached in front then with sufficient teams to pull the heavy load the tree is drawn to the place where wanted and to an upright position Much care is required in the work and the trees will receive constant attention until again well rooted Blessings frequently come in The fearful drouth and the consequent high price of corn may in the end result in much good to the farmer By experience many of our Be Your Own DoctorS- o Says an Old Dutch Proverb A woman is and In cases where she most a physician is need less if she Is at all Unnatural modes rind heeledboots and the violation of the laws of health are the usual cause of dis eases peculiar women but there are other forms of disease to which all worn en are AfM causes The function W are suppressed painful andprofuse menstruation Female Regulator be found a wonderful aid and dur of the from abdominal painhysteria and Price 100 of Druggists TILE BUDFIELD EECCL1TOU CO lUanta Ga l T j I L r J t il chickens diameter insure backed fastened restored disguise i rdelicate ti l to man throughother al disorders of Women usually menstruation Bradflelds will the of pains acting direrly on the organism such a way as degreeI occasioned by suppressedmenstruation llrMlfieldsFemale menses frees tIle patientheadache I thetas suffers of dress menstruation periodical delicate in n r f formers have learned how to care for their stock without feeding such a great amount of corn and they have learned how to economize by using much on the farm that heretofore was simply thrown away as waste We have heard some farmers say they have gotten their stock through the winter without feeding any corn and their stock looks as well as it usually does The receipts of cattle hogs and sheep at the Chicago market from Jan 1 1902 up to and including last Wed nesday April 5th were as follows Cattle 805805 hogs 2064425 sheep 991749 During the corresponding period of 1901 the receipts were as Cattle 74513 hogs 2291972 sheep 925129 showing an increase this year over last year of 60720 cattle 372553 hogs and 00320 sheep Try Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets the best physic For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m The child who is seen and not heard remains to be seen She Cured Him A prominent and welltodo citizen of Cincinnati who was a model in all save the habit of drinkand who was never unkind to his family even when in his cups was treated a few months since surreptitously to antidrink doses by his wife who with purest motives endeavored by administering the doses in his coffee and food to break him of the habit TIe quit drinking for a while and his wife quit dosing him The result was that he imbibed a few times one day last crazy shot his wife dead wounded his grown daughter and killed the doctors agreed that the doses his wife gave him caused his temporary insanity A fool man keeps quiet when he ought to talk and a fool woman talks when she ought to keep quiet MA11KSISURY Our farmers are busy sowing hemp and planting corn T I Herring bought a good from George Pollard for 680 Rev Stallings of Springfield accepted the call as pastor of the Fork church He will begin his work the 4th Sunday in May Some one set fire to a dead tree in H D Aldridges woods Sunday night The wind rising the lire spread and consumed several cord of wood before it could be checked Several days ago Perry Tuggle ac complished quite a feat With he blew off the Hanging Rock at the mouth of Boones Creek Most everyone has heard of this rock and the same experiment has been tried by many during the last half century Mr and Mrs S G Haselden of spent Sunday with Mr and Aldridge Mrs Puss Ilar is visiting relatives in Lincoln Miss Rose Aldridge spent Monday with Mrs Taylor Burdett at Bryants yule Miss Nellie Arnold of Hiatts vilie is spending a few days with her cousins Misses Carrie and Lyde Ar Miss Bulah G rimes is spend ing this week with Miss Hallie Rice Mrs Mary Rice is visiting rela tives in Boyle Mr Charlie Phillips of near Lancaster spent a few days with his uncle Mr John Simpson his departure for San Frrncisco Cal where he will practice dentistry Mr Jess Cook of Lexington his cousin Mr John Simpson and family Little Roland Kemper of Lancaster who was spending a few days with his aunt Mrs Fred Yeager was taken suddenly ill and had to hime Mr Brown of Paint Lick called on his best girl here Sunday follows husband weekgot himselfand rapidly dynamite Lancaster firs M G Ian nold before visited return C m 1 WITH Dont two extra profits when bay wo give the broadest guarantee Is every yoi1 to us mid we will pay freight charges both ways We can also pay gesand harness Deal with the Get our wholesale rates Our ofdirect to customers Is saving thousands ot dollars to carriage bu rs In corner ot thecountry Ve quote tbe same ratlS we would the largest wholesale Jobber and weoffer an choose from such as no other dealer can show purchaeeHit noUn can return the vehicle lowest eyetem toyouthatyou easortmentto With for on harness and other horse equipmentsWrite for our free illustrated In which we watt until need Is more pressing write today andhave the catalogue by you use THE COLUMBUS CARRIAGE HARNESS CO save two Profits havemadeour NolOU Prlce3950 Colum us 0 PO Box 772 with leather top SL LOUIS Mo P O Rex 64 Shipment from Write tonearest office Price UO r IInNoy21an p L arf3 10 the Oiliui Tho American News In commenting on scale of prices for the weddings and funerals that Rev Brown editor of the Christian Guide wants stij We are of the opinion that the prices should be made to read like this Wedding fee 300 funerals 10 cents to 90 prices to be rated as to the amount of imagination he is to draw on in order to speak good words of the departed We advocate a high tariff on the wedding end of the busi ness and therefore suggest that the reverend gentleman change his sched ule It is true that when he performs the wedding ceremony he is one of the starters of trouble and when he at last preaches the funeral of bne of the contracting parties the price should be but little as he is a party to the crime Important to Teachers Examinations for graduation from the common school course will be held at my otlice Friday and Saturday May nth and 10th Examination for white teachers will be held at court house on Friday ana Saturday May 16th and 17th Examinations for colored teachers will beheld at court house Friday and Saturday May 23rd and 24th ap24td Elisa J Lusk Supt The worm should turn in before the early bird turns out Shot In Ills Left Leg For all kinds of sores burns bruises or other wounds DeWitts Hazel Salve is a sure cure Skin diseases yield to it at once Never fails in case of piles Cooling and healing Xone genuine but DeWitts Beware of counterfeits suffered for many years from a sore caused by shot wound in my left leg says A S Ful ler English Ind It would not heal and gave me much trouble I used all kinds of remedies to no purpose until 1 tried DeWitts Witch Hazel Salve A few boxes completely cured me 1m lie who goes to church with an ill intention goes to Gods house on the I devils errand A Chattanooga Druggists Statement Robt J Miller Proprietor of House Drug Store of Chattanoo ga Tenn writes There is more merit in Foleys Honey and Tar than in any other cough syrup The culls for it multiply wonderfully and we sell more of it than all other cough syrups combined 1m Some people are prepared for any twins Neglect Means Danger Dont neglect biliousness and Your health will suffer permanently if you do DeWitts Little Early Risers cure such cases M B Smith Butternut Mich says DeWitts Little Early Risers are the most satisfactory pills I ever tool Never gripe or cause nausea 1m A domestic broil gets a man in hot water Jlerliine Cures Fever and Ague A dose will stop a chill a continuance always cures Mrs Wm M Stroud Midloth May 31 1899 writes have used Herbine in our fancily for eight years and found it the medicine we have ever used for la grippe bilious fever and malaria 50c at R E McRoberts 1m If a girl omits pickles from the lunch she puts up when a young man escorts her to a picnic his case is hope less Save the Loved Ones Mrs Mary A Sliet Newcastle Colo writes I believe Ballards Horehound Syrup is superior to any other cough medicine and will do all that is claimed for it and it is so pleasant to take My little girl wants to take it when she has no need for it Ballards Ilorehound Syrup is the great cure for all pulmonary 25c 5Dc and 100 at R E Mc Roberts 1m Every time a man is too sick to go down town his wife begins to wonder how she will look in mourning A Nearly Fatal Kuuaivay Started a horrible ulcer on the leg of J B Orner Franklin Grove Ill which defied doctors and all remedies for four years Then Bucklens Arni ca Salve cured him Just as good for Boils Burns Bruises Cuts Corns Scalds Skin Eruptions and Piles 25c at R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick 1m Grasp The Opportunity The above heading means a great deal to those requiring or intending to buy any kind of a Monument this yearOne of our firm has just returned from a six weeks trip to the leading Granite Quarries where he placed orders for ten car loads of Monuments for early spring delivery the largest amount ever ordered at one time for Central Kentucky By purchasing such a large lot at the dullest season of the year we secured it at unusually low prices and as it will be shipped at carload freight rates which also means considerable saving we are ifcatcorrespohdingly low prices Now is your opportunity to order a Monument of the best grade of Barre granite and of artistic design and execution lettered in the quarries shipped direct to your own town and delivered when desired at very low prices If you wish to see our prices or furtner information write us Wm Adams Son 2G3m Lexington Ky o emergencyexcept u constipation tel usually ian Texas Wee bests ailments the established ague a th- Read 45 offering Se e 1t Poleys Honey and Tarp contains opiates and will constipate like nearly all other cough medicines Re fuse substitutes 1m Obscurity is the destination of the candidate who also ran A Doctors naIl night Tvo years ago as a result of a cold I lost my voice writes Dr M L Scarbrougli of Hebron Ohio then began an obstinate cough Every remedy known to me as a physician for 35 years failed and I daily grew worse Being urged to try Dr Kings New Discovery for consumption coughs and colds I found quick relief and for last ten days have felt better than for two years Positively guaranteed for Throat and Lung troubles by R E Mc Roberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick 50c and 100 Trial bottles free 1m A hitch is necessary to make a ceremony pass off smoothly A Valuable Medicine For Coughs and Colds iu Children I have not the slightest hesitancy in recommending Chamberlains Cough Remedyto all who are suffering from coughs or colds says Chas M Cram er Esq a well known watch maker of Colombo Ceylon It lias been some two years since the City first called my attention to this valuable medicine and I have repeat edjy used it and it has always been beneficial It has cured me quickly of all chest colds It is especially ef fective for children and seldom takes more than one bottle to cure them of hoarseness I have persuaded many to try this valuable medicine and they are all as well pleased as myself over the results For sale by R E Mc Roberts druggist 1m A clever woman is one who can make her husband think she knows less than lie does Dont neglect coughs and colds even if it is spring Such cases often seriously at this season just people are careless A dose of One Minute Cough Cure will remove all danger Absolutely safe Acts afc once Sure cure for coughs colds croup grip bronchitis and other throat and lung troubles I have used One Minute Cough Cure several years says Postmaster C O Dawson Barr Ill It is the very best cough medicine on the market It has saved me many a severe spell of and I warmly recommend it The childrens favorite 1m If all the world loves a lover its no wonder his best giri gets jealous The Great Dismal Swamp Of Virginia is a breeding ground of Malaria germs So is low wet or marshy ground everywhere These germs cause weakness chills and fever aches in the bones and muscles and may induce dangerous maladies But Electric Bitters never fail to destroy them and cure malarial troubles They will surely prevent typhoid We tried many remedies for Malaria and Stomach and Liver troubles writes Julia Charleston of Byesville 0 but never found anything as good as Electric Bitters Try them Only 50c R E McRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick guarantee satisfaction 1m thrown lots of men out of employ ment Better Than Pills The question has been asked In what way are Chamberlains Stomach Liver Tablets superior to pills Our answer is They are easier and more pleasant to take more mild and gentle in effect and more reliable as they can always be depended upon Then they cleanse and invigorate the stomach and leave the bowels a natural condition while pills are more harsh in effect and their use is often followed by constipation For sale by R E McRoberts druggist 1m j tic e severe practicing t Dispensary tll I In Saved Uany a Time result because sickness t n not S wedding a 44w t News Judge Thomas J Scott died at Richmond Ky Abraham May was shot and killed by his wife at Kingston Tenn Thomas Crystal is living at Helena Montana with a severed spinal cord The will of Rev T Dewitt Talmage disposes of an estate valued at 300000 The price of fresh in Louisville is higher than it has been for ten years Further advance is expected In the IIolstner divorce case Judge Miller holds that a wife is entitled to a banden her husband if he seeks to compel her to live with her mother inlawPeter Van Ylissinger of Chicago has written an open letter to Presi dent Roosevelt in which he quotes authorities to show that in permitting England to maintain bases of supplies in this country we are violating our neutralityIt that Pierpont has practically consummated a combination of the principal steamship lines and it is that the deai will make the United States the real rulers of the merchant marine of the world The Hon J Proctor Knott has sold his residence in Danville and will leave in a short time for Lebanon where he will make his future home Mr Knott is somewhat improved in health of late He has retired from all active employments and will de vote his time as far as his permits to study in his library In the course of the debate in the House on the Military Appropriation Bill Mr Gilbert Kentucky vigorously denounced cast upon Kentucky and South in connection with the negro He said that the South looked with supreme contempt upon the equality of the races He said the taint in the blood could not cried down and toot the was equally as strong in the North the South The big pond on the cliff near the Burgin and Buena Vista pike known as Kings pond bufc owned by ler sank on Monday and millions newlights cats and bass were the Harrodsburg Democrat A Har rodsburg party fishing in Dix that day noticed muddy water boiling up in the middle of the clear stream and were unable to account for the strange sight until returning by the pond they discovered that nearly all the acres of water had disappeared and men of the neighborhood were there shooting fish and trying in rant ous ways to catch or kill them Itbe hoped that the fish that went down with the water were carried by it to the river through the undercut route Beauty and Strength Are desirable You are strong and vigorous when your blood is pure Many nay most women fail properly digest their food and so be come pale sallow thin and weak while the brightness freshness and beauty of the skin and complexion depart Remedy this unpleasant evil by eating nourishing food and taking a small dose of Herbine after each meal to digest what you have eaten 50c at R E McRoberts 1m Election Notice A meeting will be held at the Iron Bridge on New Danville pike Saturday May 3rd 1902 for the purpose of electing directors for the Dlx River and Lancaster Turnpike Road Co to serve the ensuing year The election will be held at 9 oclock a m 42421 JNO W MILLER Prest Notice To the Hon Judge of the Garrard County Court and County Attorney of Garrard Co You are hereby notified that I will make application for the purpose of having Xick Parks paroled and released from confinement 111 Penitentiary at Frankfort Ky This the 17th day of April 1902 MAPY A SPEAT- Ttt By R IITomlinson Atty a an J r meat transatlantic explained reflections This to g ca asacoasacar do- YCGNi utb s cCC4044oObo p09GP4GG90P0000 Moran Honda Academ o th tha b a- in Mr o rive to r f s Clay King 2964 227 3 4 Owned by TV T Noel W B Burton Buckeye pike leading to Kentucky River at sioooto insure living colt sound and all right lien retained on colt for season All care taken to prevent accidents but if any should occur we will not be for same Sire of The King 213 Nellie Bruce 218 Clay Wllkes 22 Guard 22 The Raven 220 Justin M 2 r2G Dorado 2 27 Daisy M a27 By King Clay 594 Sire of Miss Lida 2 Marble 214 Claymore 21 5J Edgnr 2r28Ki Queen Clay etc 1 Amy 2 riUAi fey Volunteer 55 Dam of Clay King 2274 and granddam of Volo Maid 2 dam Belle Brandon 10 Dam of Amy sire of38 Wilmar sire of 2 and Wildair Sire of 2 Sire of George Wilkes Electioneer Happy Medium Harold etc 3 dam Jenny by Young Bacchus Emmons Duroc Clay King with any kind of stud opportunities would to be in the first flight of success fnl of extreme speed Ills stud career just begun and there not a horse man in the Blue Grass State who does not regard him wonderful sire of early and extremespeed Every man at the Lexingtou has seen his get accomplish has never been speed gameness and genuine race horse qualities as those of any sire ever quartered lu Kentucky W T NOEL W B BURTON Buckeye Ky I will also stand my Jack at the same place under the same terms at 80 OO for horse mule v W 0V NOEL Buckeye Ky YorkNre- sponsible Eola 219X Kingbrlno 220 Doc 29 daughtershaveby lIambletouhm 2 2J TomWonderasa seconds JackHet 1 j4 04 liver active it cures j ness by curing the causes which produce it It purifies the j8 blood from the poisonous substances which clog and corrupt it breed and feed disease Acting directly on the blocd Sjb making glands it increases their activity and so increases the j supply of pure rich blood upon which physical health depends j 58 I suffered from indigestion liver and biliousness and took many 3 different kinds of medicine without receiving any benefit writes Mr P J J Gerregano of Cleveland Miss In 1900 l wrote to Dr R V Pierce 5 he recommended his Golden Medical I have taken about j four bottles and am my troublesome disease At times in hot weather I had fever and every morning hail a bad taste in my mouth and jj all through the summer season I was unable to work at all Now I can work and I believe do as much as one Feel that I am under great M obligation to you and your wonderful medicine and cannot say too much jg for either Persons who suffer from disease in chronic form are invited to consult Dr Pierce by letter free All correspondence is held as strictly private and sacredly confidential Address Dr R V 3 Pierce Buffalo N Y Accept no substitute for Golden Medical Discovery There nothing just as good for diseases of stomach liver and blood Dr Pierces Pleasant Pellets assist the action of the f Discovery 1 I bilious andwhich n tt curedof 1 1 1 1 1 i 1 y y sI sIsI sI QQ J J oJ Q QIsI sI iS Discovery k Sis1 JJUENA VISTA Virgil Scott sold to A T Scott one horse for Miss Mattie Johnson has purchased the dwelling of Wm Gay John Coovert who lives near nigh Bridge was painfully hurt near here last hauling saw logs he caught his foot between a 1 og and spike driving the spike nearly thror his foot Mr Benj T Head cashier of the Burgin bank was over on business last week James Terrill and wife of Missouri are with the family of P P Terrill Mrs Will Lane is quite low at her home near here For nearly two months she has taken but little nourishment besides milk Rev Stratton of Nicholasvilie give an il lustrated candle lecture to the dren of Browns ChapelSunday morn ing which was quite interesting Born to the wife of Hiram Dickerson on the 16th a Lee Mrs John Graham has been ill for several weeks Miss Brown of Buckeye spent Sunday with the family of her uncle S W Poor A neighbor ran in with a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy when my son was suffering with severe cramps and was profession After administeringthree doses of it my son regained conscious ness and recovered entirely within twentyfour hours says Mrs Mary Haller of Mfc Crawford Va This remedy for sale R E McRoberts 1m 90 I weekwhile chilI I sonJesse I r regular J for 90 People dread the periodic at g tack of nausea and headache which results from de rangement of the stomach and sluggish action of the liver To cure the bilious condition the stomach and liver must be S put into a healthy condition g and this result is accomplished g by the use of Dr Pierces S Golden Medical Discovery It S cures indigestion and other dis eases of the stomach and its organs of digestion and tg nutrition It makes the torpid t W t tallied i HcUKEARY Farmer are very busy now ptattlBf cornThere was no Sunday school all Ukfe place Sunday Alex Walker sold to DitvW Rose one combined mare at SCO John Hill bought several lots of hogs from 5i to 6 cents Tom Walker bought from Willie Rainey two sows and eleven piss S3G J Long sold one hundred loaei posts to L Davidson at IScts per deliveredC sold to a ww and pigs for 15 also to Robert Guile three shoats for S3 J B Sanders has taken 25 stock tit the Lancaster Oil Company We tress it will not be long until he is tlieRock efeller of McCreary Ben Ham and daughter Lissle are visiting in Russell county Messrs Wearen and Ham who recently loch ted at Los Angelus Cal are reported well pleased and doing well Misses Bessie Gulley and Annie Yantis vis ited Miss Jennie Gulley Sunday af- cHiattsvilie Mrs Rill Gulley visited at Robeit Gulleys Sunday Vields A Sharp Av Millions marvel at the multitude of maladies cut off by Dr Kings New Life most distressing too Stomach Liver and Bowel troubles Dyspepsia Loss of Appetite Jaundice Biliousness Fever Malaria all fall before these wonder workers 25o at R E MeRoberts Lancaster Fish Co Paint Lick 1m T feM WOW e Pillsthe S for t I t t t t Sx S S S Sx J LEWIS Y J S ROKINSOX President Vice Prest ORGANIZED 1883 Tip mmn NATIONAL BANK i Of LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 50000 SURPLUS 10000 B F HUDSON Cashier W O RIONEY Asst Cashr C D WALKEK Bookkeeper S I Business Solicited Prompt and Garcia Attention X DIRECTORS x Lewis Y Leavell J S Robinson B F Hudson J J Walker T M Arnold f3 Q O 8 O 3 O O S O S O 3 O S The National BankOF LANCASTER KY CAPITAL 5OOOO SURPLUS 10000 A R DENNY President JOHN E STORMES Vice Prest S C DENNY Cashier J F Robinson Asst R T Embry Bookkeeper X DIRECTORS Saml D Cechran Alex R Denny A C Robinson Jno E Stormes W II Kinnaird O j O S 5O O S O O 2 3 O J J O 2 2 S i O O bowels but regular action cannot be secured until the liversecretes enough bile to make the intestines pure constipation by agitating the continual and increasing doses to attain I acts on the liver cures Chills and Fever and every form of Malarial Bilious Remitting and Inter mitting Fevers and by going to the seat of the e works permanent cure FIFTY CENTS PER BOTTLE W LE YELL 000 II93 io 0o 0 2 i 2 o 0 1tTk Pell temporarily e eUnnatural I OCOMC ss CC CCCsCG Y Yai OtO O O OCOOOC O OO 2 o P0a 0 i ctomp0 0p 9 8 Cash r 0 OOOv C